Seton Hall has the likely conference player of the year in Myles Powell, but the man at the center of their current nine game winning streak is the man in the middle — 7’2 Romaro Gill.
Who saw this coming? When Gill signed with Seton Hall out of Vincennes University, a junior college program in Indiana, he was a 22 year old project who averaged a mere five points and five rebounds a game. Kevin Willard’s staff found Gill almost accidentally, seeing him during a junior college tournament in Kansas when scouting his teammates. Gill had no other high major interest when Seton Hall started recruiting him.